New connectors created after February 16, 2021, will support this new functionality by default.
In your connector setup form, you can now limit the REST API calls that your Pardot connector makes per day. By default, the REST API call limit is 150,000 per day.
We have released pre-built, dbt Core-compatible data models for Pardot. Find the model in Fivetran’s dbt hub. Learn more about our dbt Core integration in our Transformations for dbt Core documentation*.
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The Pardot connector now supports priority-first sync. Priority-first syncs fetch your most recent data first so that it’s quickly ready for you to use. Pardot’s priority-first syncs fetch the most recent 14 days of data from the
To learn more, see our priority-first sync documentation.
We now sync custom fields to the
PROSPECT_ACCOUNT table in JSON format.
We have fixed a bug in our Pardot connector. Previously, we only synced visitors flagged as “Identified,” because by default, the visitor endpoint we use to sync visitors only syncs visitors flagged as “Identified.” We have changed the setting and now sync all visitors.
Because of this bug, there may be a mismatch between the list of visitors in your Pardot dashboard and in the
VISITOR table in your destination. If you notice a mismatch, you need to re-sync the
VISITOR table to fix it. Contact support to trigger a re-sync.
We have deprecated the
VISITOR_REFERRER table from our schema because the Pardot API does not provide us with information to populate this table.
We have added
custom_* fields to the